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Artist Interviews

Nagamag, carefully handpicks and invites for an interview part of the most interesting artists around the scene and share a few words with them. Through Nagamag you get a small insight of their own music world, offering in few lines the most interesting parts about their art and helping listeners to discover easier new music and few more details about their favorite artists.

Messergeist Interview on Nagamag

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Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Messergeist:
Dark Melodic Techno and Progressive House


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Messergeist:
I’m a full time music producer and musician since 1998. Mainly working in the metal and rock scene, I’ve always had a deep love of mixing organic music with electronics elements, my former band Sybreed is a perfect example. Currently guitarist of the band Samael, I’ve started working on full electronic music during the 2020’s lockdown when I’ve initiated the project Messergeist.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Messergeist:
My dad was a musician, both my parents are music lovers so I’ve bathed into music since my very first breath. I’ve always wanted to be a musician, I remember a Depeche Mode concert in 1993 that gave me chills, but maybe my need of becoming a music artist was when I've heard the track "Mouth For War" from Pantera in the early 90's


Nagamag:
What are your plans with Messergeist in a close future ?

Messergeist:
I have a few more tracks ready that I’ll release as singles. The next one will be called « Dawnopolis » and will be released in April with a video by the artist Fractually who already worked with me on my previous single « Blurred »
I also have a remix of Kiephil’s track « Tunnel Vision » coming out on March 27th, remix with whom I won a contest in the Metapop community earlier this year.
Also working on a hard techno project with my friend Pseudo Pulse. The first EP will be out somewhere this spring.


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Messergeist:
Depeche Mode "In Your Room"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Messergeist:
Boris Brejcha "Future"

Discover & Listen to Messergeist

Messergeist on Spotify

Messergeist's Signature Track

Messergeist on Social Media

messergeist
messergeist

Messergeist's Website

messergeist.bandcamp.com
Paul Cook & The Chronicles Interview on Nagamag

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Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Paul Cook & The Chronicles:
Folk, alt. Country, Indie Pop


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Paul Cook & The Chronicles:
Grew up listening to 50s/60s music, along with whatever was in the charts at the time. Started playing guitar aged 11. My first proper band got signed to BMG, the second band to EMI, then I went solo as PC&TC, and my first solo album was Rough Trade Stores Album Of The Week.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Paul Cook & The Chronicles:
As soon as I heard The Beatles I knew I wanted to be in music. And then I used to see The Monkees TV programme as a kid and wanted to be in a band.


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Paul Cook & The Chronicles:
Solange "Cranes in the sky"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Paul Cook & The Chronicles:
Phoebe Bridgers Garden Song

Discover & Listen to Paul Cook & The Chronicles

Paul Cook & The Chronicles on Spotify

Paul Cook & The Chronicles' Signature Track

Paul Cook & The Chronicles on Social Media

paulcookchronicles
cookchronicles
cookchronicles

Paul Cook & The Chronicles' Website

paulcookchronicles.com/

Nagamag, carefully handpicks and invites for an interview part of the most interesting artists around the scene and share a few words with them. Through Nagamag you get a small insight of their own music world, offering in few lines the most interesting parts about their art and helping listeners to discover easier new music and few more details about their favorite artists.

Messergeist Interview on Nagamag

.


Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Messergeist:
Dark Melodic Techno and Progressive House


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Messergeist:
I’m a full time music producer and musician since 1998. Mainly working in the metal and rock scene, I’ve always had a deep love of mixing organic music with electronics elements, my former band Sybreed is a perfect example. Currently guitarist of the band Samael, I’ve started working on full electronic music during the 2020’s lockdown when I’ve initiated the project Messergeist.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Messergeist:
My dad was a musician, both my parents are music lovers so I’ve bathed into music since my very first breath. I’ve always wanted to be a musician, I remember a Depeche Mode concert in 1993 that gave me chills, but maybe my need of becoming a music artist was when I've heard the track "Mouth For War" from Pantera in the early 90's


Nagamag:
What are your plans with Messergeist in a close future ?

Messergeist:
I have a few more tracks ready that I’ll release as singles. The next one will be called « Dawnopolis » and will be released in April with a video by the artist Fractually who already worked with me on my previous single « Blurred »
I also have a remix of Kiephil’s track « Tunnel Vision » coming out on March 27th, remix with whom I won a contest in the Metapop community earlier this year.
Also working on a hard techno project with my friend Pseudo Pulse. The first EP will be out somewhere this spring.


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Messergeist:
Depeche Mode "In Your Room"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Messergeist:
Boris Brejcha "Future"

Discover & Listen to Messergeist

Messergeist on Spotify

Messergeist's Signature Track

Messergeist on Social Media

messergeist
messergeist

Messergeist's Website

messergeist.bandcamp.com

Spotify Selections

   Our official and main Spotify playlist is based on wonderful vocal music from various genres as pop, downtempo, trip hop, electronica etc. Carefully handpicked music which amazed us either for the great vocals or lyrics, sound design with diversity or both. Follow & listen to discover more great music daily.

Music Video Selections

   When music is visualized the listening experience is stronger and the understanding of the message an artist want to deliver more clear. In this Youtube playlist Nagamag.com handpicks selected videos, from our editorial, with continues updates among various genres as ambient, neoclassical, pop, electronica etc.

Music Video Selections

   When music is visualized the listening experience is stronger and the understanding of the message an artist want to deliver more clear. In this Youtube playlist Nagamag.com handpicks selected videos, from our editorial, with continues updates among various genres as ambient, neoclassical, pop, electronica etc.

Featured Music

Songs and music artists that has win Nagamag’s attention. Timeless sound harmony and unique personalities that are worth extra attention! With no specific release date or music genre, fine music never expires.

  • Best of 2020 songs

Best Songs of 2020 on Nagamag

Top 20 Best Songs of 2020 on Nagamag Music Magazine! Nagamag would like to thank all artists, labels, and publishers who delivered us a lot of music to review! #Nagamag #Bestof2020

“From where to start and where to end for this blissful song? Wins your attention from the first milliseconds! The sound layering and atmosphere here is brilliant, Emily Coulston impressive vocal capabilities comes to give the secret spice of a wonderful recipe that has been cooked here. This is a memorable song, which invites you to listen again and again on repeat! ”

-Nagamag.com

The track had an unlikely birth. du0 tells the story: “The three of us were among nine musicians invited to attend AMPLIFY, QMusic’s Songwriting Retreat at Heliport Studios in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland in Queensland, Australia. It was amazing and incredibly hectic. We were rotated in groups of three and had to come up with a song from scratch, and produce and record it in 4 hours. We did this five times in three days.”

The result, Come Home, has had 1,107,000 streams on Spotify, but little radio play so far. And now the acoustic video is going off on YouTube. There may be something in this, we don’t know. Hopefully you can help us find out what it is.

www.instagram.com/du0_music

“Are you worried about losing your other half? Do you find yourself dissapointed of an unexpected change in a personal relationship? This "Last Call" can release from any fear of loss, because in fact we own nothing at all.”

-Nagamag.com

Australian artist Harry Nathan closed out 2020 with news of his upcoming EP “Songs About Falling” while also sharing its first single ‘High’ (released via Majestic Casual Records). He’s coming back to us this month with that EP’s second single ‘Last Call’.

Throughout all of the songs on this new EP, Harry draws nostalgic inspiration via 80’s drum machines and synthesisers, reminiscent of Todd Terje, Client Liaison and Touch Sensitive. For the story behind this particular song, the singer/songwriter and producer portrays a tale of emotional heartache, written via the viewpoint of his close friend..

“I wrote this song from the perspective of one of my best friends, who was going through a tricky break up. Matters of the heart are never easy, we’ve all been in that situation where a once loving relationship nears its fatal end. We scramble for clarity in the abyss as our world shifts into the emotional unknown.”

"The song wrote itself in an hour. Mr. Moustache was at my place in LA and showing me some instrumental ideas, I heard "Last Call" and the lyrics and story began pouring out of me."– Harry Nathan

A few words that come to mind while listening to ‘Last Call’ are “smooth”, “nostalgic” and “dreamy” just to name a few, and that can all easily be associated with the 80’s drum machines and synthesisers that Harry has used throughout the EP.

‘Last Call’ is one of those songs that would perfectly suit a late-night cruise through a city or coastal road on a warm summer’s eve.

Stay tuned for the “Songs About Falling” EP, scheduled for release in March 2021.

Stream:
smarturl.it/last*call

Listen to ‘High’ via Majestic Casual:
youtu.be/fWcD0P-dIgA

Artist Connect:
www.instagram.com/harrynathan_
www.facebook.com/harrynathan
www.soundcloud.com/harrynathan
www.twitter.com/harrynathan_

Songs and music artists that has win Nagamag’s attention. Timeless sound harmony and unique personalities that are worth extra attention! With no specific release date or music genre, fine music never expires.

  • Best of 2020 songs

Best Songs of 2020 on Nagamag

Top 20 Best Songs of 2020 on Nagamag Music Magazine! Nagamag would like to thank all artists, labels, and publishers who delivered us a lot of music to review! #Nagamag #Bestof2020

“From where to start and where to end for this blissful song? Wins your attention from the first milliseconds! The sound layering and atmosphere here is brilliant, Emily Coulston impressive vocal capabilities comes to give the secret spice of a wonderful recipe that has been cooked here. This is a memorable song, which invites you to listen again and again on repeat! ”

-Nagamag.com

The track had an unlikely birth. du0 tells the story: “The three of us were among nine musicians invited to attend AMPLIFY, QMusic’s Songwriting Retreat at Heliport Studios in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland in Queensland, Australia. It was amazing and incredibly hectic. We were rotated in groups of three and had to come up with a song from scratch, and produce and record it in 4 hours. We did this five times in three days.”

The result, Come Home, has had 1,107,000 streams on Spotify, but little radio play so far. And now the acoustic video is going off on YouTube. There may be something in this, we don’t know. Hopefully you can help us find out what it is.

www.instagram.com/du0_music

The Latest Music Discoveries

We are on hunt for music news, releases, interviews and everything about music industry could be interesting for music fans. Hundreds of songs and interviews have been hosted on Nagamag through this time and our magazine is going on for everything about music that worth discovering! Find below the latest music discoveries that Nagamag brought for you!

Newest Music discoveries on Nagamag

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Listen to Ambient, Drone, Experimental Electronica, IDM, Glitch, Leftfield Bass, Chill Out, Chillhop, Study Beats, Downtempo, Breakbeat, Dubstep, Lofi Chill, Jazzhop, Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Chillstep, Trip-Hop, Trance, Psytrance Music

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Listen to Psytrance, Psychedelic Trance, Goa Trance, Full On, Forest Trance, Dark Trance, PsyProgressive Trance

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Random Picks all over Nagamag

   Music tracks may get old but they never become history… Here you will find some random posts about music that have been published on Nagamag music magazine. This section is dedicated to everything that has been posted on Nagamag, as older music reports matter as much as the fresh ones! 

About Nagamag

Nagamag is an international online music magazine that aims to support beautiful and new music from great artists around the globe! Main Nagamag’s purpose is to boost extraordinary music that is yet to be discovered by listeners that are still wandering about its existence. Nagamag carefully selects and reviews beautiful and quality music in order to deliver it to more audiences while supporting and encouraging its songwriters/ music composers/ music artists to bring more fine tunes to people!

Launched with initial focus on music genres such as Neoclassical, Ambient, Chillout, Indie Electronic, Synthwave, Instrumental Hip Hop, Trip Hop, Lounge, Instrumental, Downtempo, Psychill, Drone, Electronic, Vaporwave, Experimental, Singer, Songwriter, Cinematic, Piano, Indie, Lofi, Electro Pop, Synth Pop, EDM, New Age, Funk and plans to be expanded in the near future, as good music has no borders!

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